McManus is back to tackle Bairns

Celtic skipper Stephen McManus is available for selection for their Scottish Premier League game against Falkirk on Sunday (12.45pm kick-off).

Last Updated: 06/11/09 at 18:41

McManus: Returns for trip to Falkirk

McManus: Returns for trip to Falkirk

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The defender was suspended for last week's win over Kilmarnock but returns for the trip to the Falkirk Stadium before serving a second match ban when the domestic action resumes after the international break.

Midfielders Scott Brown and Shaun Maloney both remain on the sidelines with an ankle injury and tendonitis respectively.

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Scottish Football Fixtures

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19:45
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Dundee U v Aberdeen  
Hamilton v Dundee  
Inverness v Partick  

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